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[Discuss-gnuradio] DPSK Block - Verifying Received Message

From: Domenic Magazu III
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] DPSK Block - Verifying Received Message
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2011 10:29:13 -0500

   I was playing around with the DPSK block provided with GNU Radio.  I was able to get my two USRPs talking to each other.  I placed a file sink on the random source generator (set to transmit 10 random binary digits) and I'm able to see what was actually sent from that file (command: od -d filename.bin).  I was curious how I go about verifying that the message in my filename.bin is received as transmitted on the other end?  I tried placing a file sink on the DPSK demod block however because the receiver is constantly pulling in information my file becomes extremely large and it's difficult to determine where the message would be amongst the other 'noise'.  Does anyone have any ideas on how to verify my transmitted message is making it to my receiver? 

Thank you
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